“When you hear buzz around the beehive, you know they’re making honey in there.”
In an earlier post we talked about gesture computing and how it might be used to manage the networks and control the OSS of the future, so the possibilities presented by the MYO from Thalmic Labs, seen here, appears to be huge.
If it works as well as the video indicates, then how much buzz would this introduce within your OSS team? And if you’re a vendor, would customers be clamouring to use your products and be involved with the next major change initiative that your OSS would establish within their organisation?
Just make sure your integration works seamlessly because your OctopOSS change could lose its steam quickly if the MYO (or similar) doesn’t work as well with your product as it appears to with the software in the video.Read the Passionate About OSS Blog for more or Subscribe to the Passionate About OSS Blog by Email